I wrote a brief post on methods I had come across while making hexies. I was made aware of another.
Thank you Sharyn from Kalama Quilts for leaving me a comment on the InkLingo method of piecing for hexagons and other shapes. Sharyn uses the InkLingo method and finds it fast and accurate. Go to Linda Franz’s site and explore her InkLingo product. What better place to start than with InkLingo Hexagons
Another interesting comment was left about fabric glues and the long term affects on fabrics. You can find the authors post here
|“As the gentle womenfolk stitched, they pondered whether they would use fabric glue or not”|
Being the skeptic that I am about any thing with chemicals, including those found in nature, I had to comment. This is what I said:
Christine has sent me this link http://www.quiltstudy.org/education_research/resources/publications.html which highlights problems with adhesive battings and sprays.